Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin

February 24, 2014    Monday                                                                                                                                               C  Day


Attention Juniors: The SSP application deadline has passed.   If you do not have your application turned in by then you will receive detentions until your application is turned in.


Sophomores & Juniors—if you have met with your counselor about next year’s courses, please go online and enter your choices.  The only way to be registered for next year is to do it online through Skyward.  Online registration closes on Friday.


Preparing for Next Student Body Mass:  Any student who would like to help out with our AshWednesday Mass, please see Fr. Tim or Mr. Remiger sometime this week. 

Are you a freshman? Are you a Griffin? Did you enjoy Freshman Leadership Class? Are you looking for a way to Guide your school into the future? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then being a Griffin Guide may be for you. See Mrs. Ploesser in the Admissions office to pick up an application today!

Attention parents of juniors and sophomores--Join Tim Eggelston, the University of Missouri's St. Louis area representative as he presents "College Planning 101" in the Vianney Media Center on Thursday, March 6 at 7 pm.  It's not too early to begin college planning!  See you there!


The Glendale Kirkwood Kiwanis Club is offering a scholarship to students with extensive community service including school, church, group and individual events. Find out more information on Naviance Family Connection under the colleges tab (scholarship list).  This scholarship is open to ALL Vianney students. 


There will be a meeting for all members of the National Honor Society on Monday, February 24, in room 105 during encore.  All members should be there as we plan for the Lenten food drive


Photo Club members and anyone interested in taking pictures for the Vianney publications needs to see Mr. Burke as soon as possible.


Attention juniors:  What could higher ACT scores mean for you?  Better chance you'll get into the college you want, scholarships potentially worth thousands of dollars, your parents leaving you alone about studying for the ACT, less stress as you enter your senior year.  Take the ACT in April, and take the course that startson Wednesday to help you do as well as you can on it.  See Mr. Meyer in the counseling office for more information.


Congratulations to both bowling teams on qualifying for the South Conference tournament play-in on March 2 as a result of their last regular season matches this past weekend.  Vianney 2 was .5 pts out of winning its division.


Four years ago 18 members of the class of 2014 were a part of the basketball program. Names like Segbers, Jansen, and Preiss were on the roster. Today, only 2 remain. Come out to senior night tomorrow night vs. Eureka at 7 pm to honor JJ Mandina and Tanner Cochran as we celebrate their four years of dedication to the Vianney basketball program.


The following college reps will be on campus as indicated.  Sign up through Naviance at least a day in advance.

Feb. 24                  8:40                        University of Dayton—Engineering                  Dayton, Ohio

Feb. 25                  2:10                        University of MO—Columbia                             Columbia, MO

Feb. 27                  8:40                        University of MO—St. Louis                               St. Louis

Feb. 27                  10:40                      Missouri S&T                                                        Rolla, MO

Feb. 27                  2:10                        US Army